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International Associations and Networks

General management role of DIPF in international co-operation projects and associations

At an international level, too, DIPF is engaged in extensive networks and associations wherein it closely collaborates with many institutions - universities, research institutes and academic societies.
Collaborations are systematically presented according to the five departments (Mission Statement) of DIPF.

Information Center for Education

The Information Center for Education collaborates with many international partners, contributing its services and its academic competencies to international projects funded by the European Union and the OECD.

Selected important co-operation partners and projects

Babes-Bolyai Universität, Fakulty of Psychology and Education Sciences and Institute for Didactic Training, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Informations- und Dokumentationsstelle IDES, Bern, Switzerland (only in German)
Schweizerische Koordinationsstelle für Bildungsforschung (SKBF), Aarau, Switzerland (only in German)

Co-operation projects

European Educational Quality Indicators / EERQI
Evidence Informed Policy and Practice in Education in Europe / EIPEE
International Cooperation in Education / ice

Research Library for the History of Education

Apart from collaborating with the Institut français de l'Éducation in the field of joint-venture projects and activities in educational history, including respective librarian tasks, the Research Library for the History of Education collaborates with the following international institutions regarding the bibliography on the history of education:

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Abteilung für Historische und Systematische Pädagogik, Austria (only in German)
Pedagogical Institute of Higher Learning, Pestalozzi Research Institute for the History of Education

Department of Educational Governance

At an international level, the Department particularly focuses on the role and relevance of school leadership styles – with respect to school instructional and learning quality.

Selected important co-operation partners and co-operation projects:

Selected important co-operation partners and projects

Department of Educational Quality and Evaluation

Two crucial international institutional co-operation partners should be mentioned for the department of Educational Quality and Evaluation; i.e. Universidad de Chile in Santiago de Chile (Research Program in Education and Mathematical Modeling Center) and University of Szeged, Hungary.

Moreover, DIPF is a member of international consortia for several OECD studies:

International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement / IEA
Australian Council for Educational Research / ACER

Selected important co-operation partners and projects

Department of Education and Human Development

At an international level, the Department of Education and Human Development, more specifically the IDeA Center, collaborates with the University of Haifa, Edmond J. Safra Brain Research Center for the Study of Learning Disabilities.

Selected important co-operation projects

Technology Based Assessment

Information Center for Education / Department of Educational Quality and Evaluation

In the domain of technology-based assessments, DIPF is closely networked with international institutional agents from empirical educational research and test performance.

Technology Based Assessment / TBA
cApStAn Linguistic Quality Control, Belgien
Educational testing Service / ETS
Centre de recherche Public Henri Tudor, Universität Luxemburg

Co-operation projects

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